Critical Service-learning as Revolutionary Pedagogy: A Project of Student Agency in Action

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Bradley J. Porfilio, Heather Hickman
IAP, 2011 - Education - 334 pages
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A volume in Critical Constructions: Studies on Education and Society Series Editor: Curry Stephenson Malott, Queens College/CUNY This volume will be a valuable resource to instructors who teach in the fields of teacher education, social studies, educational leadership, social work, social, cultural and philosophical foundations of education, sociology, political science, and global studies as well as their students. Due to the volume's international focus, we also expect that it will purchased by a large number of university libraries, researchers, educators and others in a number of countries.
 

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Contents

Salience Place
3
Participants Interactions With Service
29
Critical ServiceLearning and the Black Freedom
47
To Build a Sustainable International ServiceLearning
95
ServiceLearning Liberal Education and
115
The Australian Experience of Doing Thick Democracy
135
PART II
155
Preparing Socially
179
Helping Teacher Candidates Develop a Critical
203
A Postcritical Challenge
223
Navigating Challenges
251
Reflections
273
Toward a Theory and Practice of Radical Pragmatism
297
Afterword
317
About the Authors
325
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